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When Beaufort Swan moves to the gloomy town of Forks and meets the mysterious, alluring Edythe Cullen, his life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn. With her porcelain skin, golden eyes, mesmerizing voice, and supernatural gifts, Edythe is both irresistible and enigmatic. What Beau doesn't realize is the closer he gets to her, the more he is putting himself and those around him at risk.
And, it might be too late to turn back If you are worried that I don't understand your pain quite enough, let me assure you that my mother has made it abundantly clear. I will explain how this came about, and hopefully that will make things, if not better, at least understandable. A very short time ago, my agent approached me and asked if there was anything I could do for the tenth-anniversary rerelease of Twilight.
The publisher was looking for a foreword of some kind, a "happy anniversary" letter thing. It seemed,,, well, to be honest, really boring. What could I say that would be fun and exciting?
So I thought about other things I could do, and if it makes you feel better, Midnight Sun did come up. The problem was time-as in, there wasn't any. Certainly not enough to write a novel, or even half of one. As I was musing on Twilight after being away from it for so long, and discussing the anniversary problem with friends, I started thinking about something I'd said before at signings and in interviews.
You know, Bella has always gotten a lot of censure for getting rescued on multiple occasions, and people have complained about her being a typical damsel in distress.
My answer to that has always been that Bella is a human in distress, a normal human being surrounded on all sides by people who are basically superheroes and supervillains.
She's also been criticized for being too consumed with her love interest, as if that's somehow just a girl thing. But I've always maintained that it would have made no difference if the human were male and the vampire female-it's still the same story.
Gender and species aside, Twilight has always been a story about the magic and obsession and frenzy of first love. So I thought to myself, Well, what if I put that theory to the test? That might be fun. As per my usual, I started out believing that I would do one or two chapters.
Remember how I said there was no time? Fortunately, this project was not only fun, but also really fast and easy. It turns out that there isn't much difference at all between a female human in love with a male vampire and a male human in love with a female vampire. And that's how Beau and Edythe were born. A couple of notes on the conversion: 1. I've done a pretty straight-across-the-board gender swap with all the Twilight characters, but there are two exceptions.
The biggest exception is Charlie and Renee, who have stayed Charlie and Renee. Here's the reason for that: Beau was born in It was a rare thing for a father to get primary custody of a child in those days-even more so when the child was just a baby.
Most likely, the mother would have had to be proven unfit in some way. I have a really hard time believing that any judge at that time or even now would give a child to a transient, unemployed father over a mother with a steady job and strong ties to her community.
Of course, these days if Charlie had fought for Bella, he probably could have taken her from Renee. Thus, the more unlikely scenario is the one that plays out in Twilight. Only the fact that a few decades ago a mother's rights were considered more important than a father's rights, as well as the fact that Charlie's not the vindictive type, made it possible for Renee to raise Bella-and, in this case, now Beau. The second exception is very small-just a few background characters mentioned only twice.
The reason for this exception is my misplaced sense of justice for fictional people. There were two characters in the wider Twilight universe who really got the shaft in an ongoing sense.
So instead of doing a swap with these characters, I gave them a coup. It adds nothing to the story. It was just me being weird and indulging my neurosis.
There are many more changes in the writing than were necessitated by Beau's status as a male person, so I thought I would break them down for you. These are, of course, rough estimates. I did not count all the words I changed, or do any actual math. The biggest variations are that he's more OCD, he's not nearly so flowery with his words and thoughts, and he's not as angry-he's totally missing the chip Bella carries around on her shoulder all the time.
I got to fix almost every word that has bothered me since the book was printed, and it was glorious. That might sound like the same thing as the preceding category, but it's slightly different. This isn't a case of a word that sounds clunky or awkward. This is an idea that I wish had been explored earlier, or conversations that should have happened but didn't.
As I continued into the sequels to Twilight-and even Midnight Sun, where I got to look inside Alice's head with Edward-the way Alice's visions worked was refined. It's more mystical in Twilight, and looking at it now, there are ways she should have been involved and wasn't.
I hope you have fun with Beau and Edythe's story, even though it's not something you were waiting for. I truly had the best time ever creating this new version. I love Beau and Edythe with a passion I did not see coming, and their story has made the fictional world of Forks fresh and happy for me again. I hope it does the same for you. If you get one tenth of the pleasure out of this that I did, it will be worth it.
Thank you for reading. Thank you for being a part of this world, and thank you for being such an amazing and unexpected source of joy in my life for the last decade.
Much love, Stephenie If his destiny be strange, it is also sublime. I stared across the long room, into the dark eyes of the hunter, and she looked pleasantly back at me. At least it was a good way to die, in the place of someone else, someone I loved. Noble, even. That ought to count for something. I knew that if I'd never gone to Forks, I wouldn't be about to die now.
But, terrified as I was, I couldn't bring myself to regret the decision. When life offers you a dream so far beyond any of your expectations, it's not reasonable to grieve when it comes to an end. The hunter smiled in a friendly way as she sauntered forward to kill me.
Though it was January everywhere else, it was seventy-five degrees in Phoenix, and the sky was bright blue. I had on my favorite t-shirt-the Monty Python one with the swallows and the coconut that Mom got me two Christmases ago. It didn't quite fit anymore, but that didn't matter.
I wouldn't be needing t-shirts again soon. In the Olympic Peninsula of northwest Washington State, a small town named Forks exists under a near-constant cover of clouds. It rains on this insignificant town more than any other place in the United States of America.
It was from this town and its depressing gloom that my mom escaped with me when I was only a few months old. It was in this town that I'd been forced to spend a month every summer until I was fourteen. That was the year I finally started making ultimatums; these past three summers, my dad, Charlie, vacationed with me in California for two weeks instead. Yet somehow, I now found myself exiled to Forks for the rest of my high school education.